overkill


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overkill

Vox populi An excess of anything
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Sixth, Martin's posited megafaunal naivete as instrumental to overkill can operate only if humans did not inhabit North America before the advent of Clovis technology, but North American human presence (and potential megafaunal predation) dates to thousands of years before Clovis as indicated by the archeological record.
All told Overkill is and over the top and pretty simplistic, but it's all the better for it.
I agree the number of flags on cars at the moment is a bit of overkill but like every other fad they will be gone in another few weeks.
The intense deployment of props (miniature coffins) and design elements (rising mounds of earth from which victims emerge) ultimately trivialized a serious subject through decorative overkill.
Secret bank jams and pool events have sprung up here and there through the years, but this may be the first true street-style inception--especially in today's atmosphere of Skate Stoppers and overkill security.
Recorded on October 22, 2000 all the old chestnuts are here, with We Are Motorhead, Orgasmatron, Bomber, Ace Of Spades and Overkill rattled off at machine-gun pace and at brain-damaging decibel levels.
03, page 41), I felt the firm engaged in overkill in transforming its compensation system.
Boasting big hits from big stars like Amber, Kim English, and Ultra Nate, the disc suffers from diva overkill and unimaginative mixes, the very feature that will undoubtedly make it a disco-consumer magnet.
The Alliance of American Insurers, which has opposed the standard, said it was disappointed by the final OSHA rule and characterized the program as "regulatory overkill.
But recent evidence that human migrants to New Zealand extinguished the resident moas (about a dozen species of large, non-flying birds, of which the kiwi is the only survivor) 700 years ago by killing and eating them lends weight to the overkill hypothesis worldwide.
But suffering overkill, the Louvre agreement was needed in February 1987 to halt the dollar's slide.